THE FIRST TIME WITH... SERIES 2 - 4. ANDREW WEATHERALL (320kbs-m4a/134mb/58mins)
BBC Radio 6 Music broadcast: 22nd November 2017
DJ Andrew Weatherall talks Matt Everitt through the musical milestones of his life.
While some DJs emerged out of the early house movement to settle into a comfortable and predictably lucrative careers as superclub-orientated superstar DJs, Andrew Weatherall has always followed his own musical compass.
Andrew discusses his career from the first track he ever DJ'd (the WWII War film theme 633 Squadron) onto his residency at the UK's earliest acid house club Shoom. He also talks about producing Primal Scream's genre-breaking Screamadelica and his later work delving into the darker side of vintage rock 'n' roll and techno.
This interview features the humour, style and impeccable musical choices that one would expect from one of contemporary music's most innovative and original figures in music. It first broadcast in March 2011.
Primal Scream - Movin' On Up
The Beatles - She Loves You
Neil Diamond - Craklin' Rosie
Swell Maps - Read About Seymour
Terry Jacks - Seasons In The Sun
Benny Hill - Ernie The Fastest Milkman In The West
John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me
The Kinks - Jack The Idiot Dunce
The Damned - Neat Neat Neat
Ron Goodwin - 633 Squadron
Frankie Knuckles - Tears
Happy Mondays - Hallelujah (Club Mix)
Primal Scream - Loaded
Primal Scream - I'm Losing More Than I'll Never Have
Jah Wobble - Bomba
The Sabres Of Paradise - Wilmot
Link Wray - Rumble
T. Rex - Solid Gold Easy Action